"The situation would not have been this had you worked Kejriwal ji. Earlier you incited mob in Jamia and Seelampur, instigated arson and stone-pelting in New Friends Colony, Shaheen Bagh dharna and then firing by your worker. Would you burn down Delhi to defeat Modi and Shah," Nadda asked in a tweet in Hindi.
Shah has also been active on social media, not only tweeting proactively, but also monitoring party tweets and interacting with “cyber warriors”
The Congress has taken a massive and perhaps fatal gamble by sitting out the Delhi elections in the interest of ensuring that the AAP returns to power.
While Rahul Gandhi addressed two poll rallies in Jangpura and Sangam Vihar, Priyanka Gandhi joined him in his second rally where they launched scathing attacks on BJP and AAP.
At a poll rally on Monday, Prime Minister Modi said the protests against the new citizenship law in Shaheen Bagh and other areas here are not a coincidence but an "experiment" ("sanyog nahi prayog") and a political conspiracy to destroy the country's harmony.
Chopra is a three-time legislator from Kalkaji, and has also served as Delhi assembly Speaker
"After CAA, people are seeing how rumours are being spread... The people of Delhi are watching everything, they understand everything," Modi said
A month before the polls, internal surveys painted a rosy picture for AAP, with the BJP losing "even its core base". However, within a month, things have changed
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The statement comes days after Thakur was banned from election campaigning due to his controversial remarks at a poll rally.
Kejriwal said that if the BJP did not accept his challenge or declare its CM face by 1 pm, he would meet the press to announce his next course of action.
"Delhiites want the BJP to declare its chief ministerial candidate and I am ready for a debate with him," he told reporters on Tuesday after the AAP launched its manifesto for the February 8 polls.
Attacking rival Bharatiya Janata Party ahead of the February 8 election, Kejriwal said the BJP should declare its chief ministerial candidate
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The BJP and Congress, which are seeking to upstage the ruling AAP in the February 8 polls, have fielded first-timers against Kejriwal on the seat.
The opinion survey says 71 percent voters are happy with Kejriwal’s performance in areas like education and development. However, his efforts towards pollution control and poor road conditions “did not go well with voters”
The BJP’s campaign messaging seems obsessively focused on Shaheen Bagh, and the unsubstantiated theories that it is orchestrated by the AAP and the Congress.
While the numbers are largely in line with other opinion polls released so far, this survey has revealed that 51 percent respondents believe that the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) sit-in at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh is “unjustified”
Union Minister and BJP incharge of Delhi polls Prakash Javadekar targeted Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader had called himself an "anarchist" and there is "not much of a difference between an anarchist and a terrorist".
AAP's Rohini Vidhan Sabha president Jai Kumar Bansal its municipal councillor from Narela Sandeep Sherawat, its president of Gramin Morcha from North West Delhi Anil Sherawat and presidents of different blocks joined the BJP on Monday.
"There are people who want to turn entire Delhi into Shaheen Bagh, but we want it to be Shanti Bagh (garden of peace)," Tiwari said.
Addressing a rally here, Mayawati said if her party won the upcoming Delhi Assembly polls, it would bring development on the lines of the BSP-ruled Uttar Pradesh, driven by the principle of "sarvajan hitaye, sarvajan sukhaye".
In this "SpiceDemocracy" initiative, the airline stated that if the departure to Delhi and return from the city is on February 8, it will refund the entire base fare on both tickets.
"If it (the protests) had been against one law, it would have ended after assurances of the government. But AAP and Congress are provoking people," Modi said
'In the next three days, 15,000 meetings will be held. In the last phase, we would use the slogan 'acche honge paanch saal - Delhi mein toh Kejriwal' (five years will go well - Kejriwal should be there in Delhi),' Singh said on Monday.